You Are Thinking Your Ancestors’ Thoughts
You are thinking your father’s thoughts, your grandfather’s thoughts, your grandma’s thoughts, your mother’s thoughts, your great great grandma’s thoughts.
Why are they important to us — the thoughts of our parents? Because they are ruling us. And how do we get to think their thoughts and not our own thoughts? Because we are part of the genes of the Family Tree.
Your brain is not different from your father’s brain or the mothers brain, or the grandma’s brain or the great grandpa’s brain, or the great great grandma’s or the great great grandpa’s brain. So just as you have inherited biological genes, you have also, so-to-say, inherited the genes of the Soul.
The Souls have genes as well. I call this as “Soul Genetics.” And if you want to know more about it, and there is a video that I have, it is a long time ago called: “Soul Genetics.” And there are some important things that you can learn from going into that, from listening to that particular video clip, “Soul Genetics.”
Now, we have to get beyond the thoughts of our parents, and then think our own thoughts. And how do we do it? We have to go into a domain that takes us to thoughts of our Higher Self. That is our Real Self.
Our Real Self is our Higher Self. What is our Higher Self? Our God Self. Because we are not just only the flesh and blood, we are Divine Beings, we are God, “Aham Brahmasmi,” “I am God,” “I Am That,” — meaning God.
And how can we go there? It is not through the cortex reality, but through the reality of the Midbrain. That’s why he Midbrain Tapping is the most important technique that everyone has to practice.
Midbrain Tapping Technique
Let’s go and Tap.
You have to feel it. If you don’t want to tap and then only just want to feel, you can feel.
You can Visualize a Light along the line that you tapped.
Now Feel the Entire Brain exploding with Energy.
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